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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Tempting Bargains in our Ready-to-Wear Section Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department is tremendously stocked with the very choicest and newest goods of Canada's best makers. No matter how your taste may incline we have the goods which can't fail to please you. Ladies Muslin Blouses. Special 50c Made of good quality, white lawn trimmed with nice lace insertion down the front, as neat a blouse ns you often pay 75c to 1.00 for, while they last. Special 50o. 1 Ladies Muslin Blouses. Special 1.75 Made of fine quality white lawn, trimmed with an all-over eubroidered front, and fine pin tucks, sleeve Bnished with tine lace, all sizes. Special 1.76 Lovely silk shirt-waist suits, special 22.50 Made of extra good quality black taffetta silk, some trimmed with all-over lace and others with fine val Ince, all beautiful gannents. Special 22.50 5.00 for Tailored Skirts worth 7.00 Splendid quality fine finish Panama cloth in black and navy and fancy mixed tweeds in light and medium colors, all made in extra full sweep, pleated styles, trimmed with stitching, strapping nml buttons. Special price 5.00 4.00 for Ladies' Wash Suits worth 5.00 Made of Bplendid quality plain Chambrnys and fine checked Ginghams in colors navy, grey, white and black, in shirt waist aueth bridge. Pres. Hhenrun introduced "Mr. Hugh-urn to tho mooting in n brief complimentary speech. Mr. llughson expressed his apprvc-intltn of tlie complimont* paid him in tho request to meet with thorn and to sny a few words of farewell Nothing hail Riven him greater satis- j fticlUiii during his pastorate iic>rctal'Ular game played Inst nighi, the Iwsebnll represent!! -lives of ilm merchants look the mens ure and weight of the "land sharks" in I he mtltrof It-'I. For six innings i he ccnDntt w�gwi. and kept the large crowd on the qui viw. Mackenzie tin; real estate tvirler hud them all und gat allsorts of treat  ineiil. strike-outs,- JfHSses, houv-riniK and u tnrluUfo .'.JmlJoon. ascension. MucIcihI on second jpmle un enviuble tvciird of not( accepting u single one of 17 chances, but the olliclul score gives him six Ktcleti bases, tiihhons luid the pleasant sensation of having one hall slick to his hands. Itlpley secmcd n victim of the three-hugger habit. Humes' caustic remarks as to the ability of his pitcher wero most intercut lug. The counter jumpers did not make theiuselvps noticunble except for their ball-playing procllvl -ties. Umpire Htiniphries was fully prewired for all emergencies n mica nut out of the git me with few forgot-ino-nols. The game ns ii whole is the baseball feature of the season. The reiti estate men had red in their eye but no given in their pockets as a result. More HomctUadt Taken. 7, was 225. l-'or the same month last year it was \IV.\ an.I 2IU in Way -ilUO.I. Tlie Utile (low and How Island districts re -ceiviHl the greatest nunrtier ot' home-slenders. �Mp- Jm. McCaig of Edmonton is vJ��llMr J�r P�ro�ts, n�v. and Mr.|. &*�I0|BI1WU " Vth. W. 'A. Hamilton gave an nr -ternoon tea yesterday in. honor, ^�f Mra, J. E. Hiighson. ' ,i A. Ayotlq and "Michel Pablo who sold tl>e JiuffnJo to the Ooiniiutm (jovurnuwnr.-\ wont through tins ..ei^' on their way*,* TheU' herd was safely laniic-J, , Joka Kcnay Appointed. John Kenny, who has boon Collector of Customs In Ijothbrldgo for u number of years has received the appointment of Inspector ot Customs }tor Alberta. His headquarters will pjobnhly bo at Calgary. The appoint J merit tokes elect at once. . Crop ProtpeeU. Sherili Young and H. W. rilling, who have been all over tho south country during tho. last few days say that the crops are looking splendid. They brought with them samples of winter rye, twenty-six inches high thut has sinned to head out; winter whvNit twenty-four Inches high. The rye is from W. J'ltcner's .farm and the wheut from llishop ,|. A. Hum-m-r's both of Cnrdston, Tho crop this year Is bound to Iki a record breaker and the Cnrdston crops win make a 'record for the West Hi is -year. The crop of hay i� first class, wild hay will be. lit to cut by tho flftconth of the month. KBrmors are putting in large areas of potatoes thlk year, t , TENDERS.. Tenders will Iw received up to 12 o'clock. nooii,,1l\ilio 17th, 1007, by the undersigned, for the election of SwireluiuRo aw�'" Sheds nt Muteriiil Yard. J'lans ^thrt siie'clflcations .may be s�,eu �t njlllce of City Engineer. 0. M- ARNOLD. City Engineer. jl-ethbrldge, Juno 0. 1907. C-13 A LOCAL BUDGET. Seventy-live tickets won' sold for the suiiuner conference excursion 10 Salt Ijike City. The announcement hns Ishmi recoiv-eil with great interest that Mr. Churles Mnir, the Western poet and (iii(l)oi-, will shortly resign his position as Dominion inuuigrntion ngent at lx-thliridge nml tnke up his residence In ICdinonliiii. where he will undertake tlie prepumtii.n of a history of Western Canada. Such it work would lio Of inestimable value and 1hero is no else who hns anything like Mr. Mail's qunlilicnt -ions for the task. He has spent the gre.iler purl of a career, fasriiv.ilIng in interest, in Western Canada, and bus done n very large share in bringing it to its present enviable post -tlon. As n literary worker he has never received the recognition which those who have rend and enjoyed his poetry and prose believe Is due him. -I'Miiiiinton .S.itimlny Sews. In reply lo the llerold's inquiry concerning I he accuracy of the above paragraph, Mr. Mnir said that the mention of his writing a history of Western Cumidn is practically correct as he has such an undertaking in mind but he would not deem il necessary in go lo Edmonton to do so although thV ;